Data from 2016 shows that approximately one in four people said the car hire insurance claim they put in was due to an incident that wasn’t their fault, and that Saturday 2nd July 2016 was the day our customers were most likely to damage their hire cars.
Families looking to hire a compact family car in Europe this summer should shop around first as prices can vary significantly within the same destination.
Car hire companies are lining their deep pockets with a 'winterisation' charge at many European ski destinations this winter.
Holidaymakers in Europe’s winter hotspots this November could be paying significantly more for their excess waiver policies.
If you’re hiring a car in popular European sun spots this half term, be prepared to pay up to double the standard rate.
Almost a third (32%) of car hirers are unaware that if they damage their hire car they must pay the first part of the claim; an excess of up to £2000*.
Extensive research carried out by the team here at iCarhireinsurance has revealed that people who have hired cars this summer are on average £120 worse off.
All prices within this section were correct at time of publication.